June 30th, 2011

23% Of Voters Think Ed is David

The Indy have a hilarious Comres poll in which 2,000 voters were shown pictures of various members of the Shadow Cabinet. Unsurprisingly the majority of the bland B-team were not recognised, but most damning is the facet that one in four people identified Ed as David. You might wonder what exactly he has been doing since September…


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  1. 1
    Ah! Monika says:

    Sky…Tens of Thousands on strike

    BBC ….hundreds of thousands on strike

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    • 7
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      Sky = Lie.

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      • 76
        Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

        If you don’t like Sky you don’t have to pay for it, but we all are FORCED to pay for the bum bandits, rent boy molesters and drug addicts at the BBC.

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      • 114
        misterned says:

        You never watch it so, how would you know?

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    • 18
      Ed's thought for the Day says:

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      • 23
        Raving Loon says:

        This Ed Miliband led opposition is spending millions making himself redundant.

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        • 30
          Edless opposition says:

          Is Ed actually leading, or is he just going along with the flow?

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          • Grumpy Old Man says:

            Swept away with the tide, more likely.

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          • David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            Not surprising, same socialist shite whoever led them. It’s just a face.

            Mad Maude is full of hypocrisy today. Politicians in concert with bankers created the biggest financial mess in the UK since 1930. Instead of learning lessons and sticking to the Glass and Steagle plan, greed got the better of them. The ordinary working person is now suffering and going to suffer the consequences for their greed. Both in income and outgoings. Why the hell should they tolerate this it was the politicians fault.

            Mad Maude and Wet Dave will try to divide public opinion on the current strikes. But let’s be clear everyone from all walks of life will be affected by the politicians and bankers greed and stupidity. The only exemption, as with tax loopholes, are politicians and bankers. These two groups of people have not suffered any consequences for their actions. They continue to receive bonuses, second homes and alike on the back of the taxpayer. After two years there is still no significant change in the rewards for politicians institutionalised corruption. None of the mainstream parties have the courage or leadership to act.

            Mad Maude or CaMoron have yet to say why politician pensions are indexed linked to RPI and why they are the only group reaping huge benefits from their pension scams (final salary scheme, retire at 55yrs, small contribution etc ) when forcing everyone less to accept less- why the fook should they? They do not even have to turn up for work to still be eligible for their pension ie McDoom.

            Yesterday Byford at the BBC is not only entitled to his huge £220,000+ a year pension pot, he has also got a £950,000 redundancy payment as well. His colleagues are in a similar position. Byford is the BBC No 2 and must have some responsibility for the catastrophic £100 million overspend build. No consequences for him or Thompson, ka ching the money keeps rolling in. However, the licence fee payer is expected to stump up the £150 per year licence fee without question and pay a fine if they do not. The BBC farcical Trust- jobs on the old boy network ie Patton he who has achieved nothing in life for great reward- did not issue any censure or punishment for the overspend, lessons were learnt. Once more, at our expense. Where is Jeremy Hunt the minister responsible for this, what is he doing about it?

            School should not be a baby sitting service as portrayed by Maude, it is meant to educate our young people who successive governments have failed and the current reforms appear equally inept and expensive. Three types of school please, grammar, middle school for those who want to learn and half wit school for those who do not know how to behave and disrupt the education of the greater number. No social fiddling, based on ability only.

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          • Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

            Ed is saying what the Unions tell him to say

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          • misterned says:

            If labour want to understand where they have gone wrong, the could do worse than listen to Roger Daltrey. More of a decent, salt-of-the-earth working class hero than ANYONE in the labour party, and he puts his own money where his mouth is and takes massive action to right the social injustices he sees. He is the epitome of the “big society” in action.

            http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/8606748/Roger-Daltrey-how-Labours-immigration-policies-screwed-the-British-working-class.html

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          • Sir William Waad says:

            I happened to be listening to Alan Sugar giving a speech the other night. He’s not the most pleasant of persons, to put it tactfully, but his answer to “should we have let the banks fail” was spot on. “No”, he said, “the banks are too important to fail, but some of the bankers should have gone to prison.”

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      • 36
        Sir William Waad says:

        You can be sure that any stat like this is untrue.

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      • 37
        Moussa Koussa says:

        By “NHS Staff”, you mean, “non-jobbers” and “pointless layers of middle management”?

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        • 43
          Clueless says:

          That’s the problem with throw away lines like this. What does it mean, is it actually true? And if the health secretary doesn’t yet know what is going to happen with his NHS plans how the fuck can clueless Ed?

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          • Moussa Koussa says:

            By “spending £862 million on making NHS staff redundant” I think he actually means “giving very very generous redundancy packages to pointless individuals who would otherwise cost 5 times as much to retain.”

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      • 68
        Cynic says:

        The electorate made most of your lot redundant so don’t preach to us

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      • 122
        Anon says:

        Labour always say ” Tory lead government” They never ever use the word coalition. And the reason being they want to smear the Tories and try and make out they are solely responsible for all the necessary cuts that have to be made to clear up all the shit that Labour left this country in.

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    • 19

      All those tax inspectors out on strike! They really will be missed. LOL

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    • 46
      Anonymous says:

      NEXT YEAR – Millions on the dole

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        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

        There’s always millions on the dole This is Britain FFS !

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        • 92
          misterned says:

          Nah, millions on lots of other statistics which mean, economically inactive, but not actually classed as being on the dole.

          Although there are a lot of people now being moved from long-term sickness benefits on to out-of-work benefits instead, thus revealing how many people were hidden from the unemployment statistics under labour.

          There have been more than 5 million ‘economically inactive’ people in the UK for many many years.

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          • Anonymous says:

            “how many people were hidden from the unemployment statistics under labour”

            As started by Thatcher. You tory scum really don’t like the truth about that bitch, do you.

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    • 52
      Backwoodsman says:

      Well, the bbc must be right. After all, the strikes are being co-ordinated from the R4 Today studio, which is also handling the free publicity and providing that essential impartial support.

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      • 66
        What's the betting.. says:

        The muppets in the Met allow leftwing scum into their control room again, so they can tweet the whereabouts of the police to the lefty subhumans on the demo?

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        • 90
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          The Met allowed left-wing scum to be the top cop under Labour. There’s bound to be a couple of moles in the control room.

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      • 118
        Ed (Bernie Winters) is weird says:

        No. It’s the usual Radio 5 Live culprit.

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    • 89
      Dilligaff says:

      How could we tell the difference as to whether they’re on strike or not?

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  2. 2
    Eileen Critchley says:

    Just quickly, for any teachers reading can I recommend the 5* UVA & SPF protection from Soltan.

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    • 38
      Dick the Prick says:

      And a bit more T than G if you’re starting early – try lime too, experiment, have fun with it!

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  3. 3
    Nemo says:

    Panda is trying to lose his black eyes, they don’t look very happy do they

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  4. 4
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    59% think Yvette Cooper is Cilla Black.

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  5. 5
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Solidarity and support to all those striking today.I’m off to the picket lines now and to the march and rally later.

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    • 10
      Mexico says:

      Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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    • 11
      Time 2 CTRL, ALT & DEL says:

      proof that you never had a real job.

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    • 127
      Nemo says:

      Ah Billy, just imagine how much the governent will save by not having to pay a day’s wage to the strikers, the councils should save a tidy sum as well all together say on average £70 x 100,000 a cool £7M I bet Cammers might try manoverving the band of brothers into striking for a few more days, they will still have to do their jobs when they back to work if they go back, just think, mountains of paperwork.

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  6. 6
    Winston says:

    Says more about your average voter’s casual interest in politics and general ignorance of current affairs.

    Or perhaps fewer people are watching the BBC!

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  7. 8
    Time 2 CTRL, ALT & DEL says:

    is this also a comment on the dire propaganda that is the BBC?

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  8. 9
    Time 2 CTRL, ALT & DEL says:

    second thought – does REd know who he is?

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  9. 12
    Anonymous says:

    74% of voters think george osborne is johann hari

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  10. 13
    Peter Grimes says:

    Ucking fuggly pair aren’t they!

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  11. 14
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    If I was either of the Miliblands, I’d be seriously irritated that 5% thought I was Ed Balls.

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  12. 17
    TOO FAR says:

    100% of people think I’m me!!!

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  13. 20
    One possible explanation says:

    Don’t all white people look alike to Asians? So, is it possible that those 23% of voters might be..

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  14. 21
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Not many people know that David Cameron’s nickname is “Fatty”

    He still answers to it !!

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  15. 22
    Anonymous says:

    “The Indy have a hilarious Comres poll”

    You’re such a laugh.

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  16. 31
    Gordos Brownopoulis says:

    and I think the Greek economy is in great shape

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  17. 32
    Mrs Miliband says:

    I could never tell them apart either! One day when I found a lump of poo in the hall I demanded to know which naughty little boy had done it but they both said “It was the bankers!” Well I just had to laugh because they looked like two identical little liars!

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  18. 34
    Gordon Brown says:

    Which one was my son?

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  19. 39
    Ian E says:

    ‘You might wonder what exactly he has been doing since September…’

    I’d also wonder, if I had more respect for the man in the street, what the pollees have been doing since September. As I dont, I know that (s)he has been busy watching East-ender celebrities trying to get out of X-factor come dancing no-talent shows.

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    • 42
      The average Labour-educated prick says:

      a) Eastenders is real life.
      b) Churchill was a mythical character.
      e) my brain hurts.

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      • 56
        Mornington Crescent says:

        f) to z) Itz all Fatcha’s folt.

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      • 57
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        Churchill is one of my favourite TV character at the moment, what he lacks in fabric he makes up for with his well meaning smile. The tea monkey is probably more intelligent.

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      • 78
        Above average Labour educated prick says:

        Answer b is wrong. Churchill exists, he’s a talking dog in an insurance ad.

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      • 82
        Postlethwaite says:

        a) Eastenders is real life.
        Yes, but without the Eastenders

        b) Churchill was a mythical character.
        No, he was black and bombed innocent civilians

        e) my brain hurts.
        Yes, that is the effect of the bbc on everyone

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  20. 40
    Steve Miliband says:

    30% of the population will vote for Labour, regardless of what they have just done to the country, regardless of the candidate and regardless of the leader. Now that’s scary

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    • 41
      Iloathlefties says:

      …………true or anything wearing a Labour badge!!!

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    • 45
      Labour: The Parasite's Party says:

      A third of the population will vote Labour. A third of adult males have criminal records.

      Sooo.. a third of the population will happily fleece everyone else. Ah, Labour’s level of support makes sense.

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    • 50
      Raving Loon says:

      If you earn a living from the state (or not earn as the case often is) you’re hardly going to vote for anyone threatening to end the party. Democracy is nothing more than people voting themselves money.

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    • 54
      Anonymous says:

      yeah and 60% will vote for the tories regardless of.. regardless of..
      ad very nauseum

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      • 96
        misterned says:

        The tories have never had 60% of the electorate vote for them. Neither have labour.

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        • 103
          misterned says:

          In addition, both main parties have about 27% solid core support who will vote for them no matter what. There is an additional 10% points who will only vote labour OR tory and change from election to election. Those that supported Thatcher and Major in 1992, then said NEVER AGAIN! and voted for Blair in 1997 and 2001, then began to defect in 2005, and then voted for Cameron in 2010.

          Labour are currently being temporarily boosted by 10% points by the “anti government” former liberal democrats. People who are pathologically incapable of supporting any governing party, solely for the reason that they are party of government, even when it is their own party. So they will support the opposition party that opposes the government. They tend to be hard left, beardy weirdies, but could not support labour in power, because labour were in power. Their entire political raison d’etre is to oppose whatever the government does, purely because the government is doing it.

          They felt safe supporting the lib-dems, because our ‘unfair’ first past the post system unfairly penalised the lib-dems and prevented them from ever gaining power. They had their victim’s ‘poor me’ mentality supported at every general election, …… until the last one. So they now feel betrayed that they cannot play the victim because the lib-dems ARE in power. Instead of celebrating their own party getting into power, they are so disgusted that they defect to another opposition party. They are fucking nuts!

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  21. 48
    Anon says:

    Picture no. 8 (don’t give a flying f*** who it is )

    With the comb over and that expression all he needs is a little tash moustache and …..

    A bit unfortunate really!

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  22. 53
    Major Bonkers says:

    The gimp brothers.

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  23. 54
    Bring back Thatcher. says:

    What? I thought he was Wallace??

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  24. 58
    Asian grooming for labour says:

    Tonight I will be canvassing the streets of Bradford in my smelly 10 year old BMW urging young english girls to vote labour many many times

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    • 65
      Ed Milimong's Parasite Party says:

      Excellent! We’re so appreciative.

      Have a council house. Indeed, bring your entire family here and we’ll give them houses, too. And lots of workers’ money. It’s all yours.

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    • 115
      Sir William Waad says:

      True, Asain men are over-represented amongst the p..dos. On the other hand, white girls are over-represented amongst the victims because white parents are much more likely to neglect their children. So it’s the pot calling the kettle etc.

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  25. 64
    Trinny says:

    They all look the same to me

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    • 75
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      Imagine how Just-In will feel when she finds out she has been “shared” Ha ha ha ha

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  26. 67
    Cynic says:

    “You might wonder what exactly he has been doing since September…”

    …..preparing Labour for 20 years in the wilderness???

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  27. 71
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Thats why he got elected
    only one thing to say to Labourites

    Specsavers !

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  28. 73
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Another crap thread

    They do actually look similar, they are brothers afterall.

    Could you do a poll to compare Hyena Boy with a dog turd

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  29. 74
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    They both look like MONGS

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  30. 77
    Southern Cross Luxury says:

    Ask Matron, she knows who everybody is.

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  31. 79
    Postlethwaite says:

    Millibands = Holograms, right?

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  32. 83
    Gordon Brown says:

    today is log flume friday

    follow me, i will lead from the front

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  33. 84
    50 Calibre says:

    I bet Ed wishes he was David…

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  34. 85
    Albert Hall says:

    says a lot for the intellect of the 2000 voters. There are some thickos about, still, if they’re fed a diet of Eastenders and Britains got (shit) talent what do you expect?

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  35. 86
    Professor Henry Brubaker, Institute for Studies says:

    O/T

    Its 09:51 and society has not yet collapsed. Anyone else noticed this strike bollocks? No, me either.

    Carry on.

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    • 105
      misterned says:

      I work opposite a town hall and see no strikers. Had it not been for the BBC this morning I would not have known that the nation had shut down.

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    • 110
      Sir William Waad says:

      When I popped into town earlier there were a couple of scruffy-looking people hanging about outside the Border Agency office, where they deal with immigrants. They weren’t sufficently well-dressed or respctable to be asylum-seekers and, on closer inspection, I was able to ‘out’ them as pickets! Nobody was paying them much attention and they seemed harmless enough but I just hope they pick up their litter before they go home for tea.

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  36. 87
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    I looked at the survey – they all like wet nurdy blokes even the two women.

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  37. 88
    TAT piss soaked tramp and full time rent boy says:

    Why does everybody hate me ?
    nobody wants to reply to my posts
    the only way i can get a response is by pretending to be the great Billy Bowden
    but as i have absolutely no sense of humor, it’s easy for people to spot me !
    Boooo Hooo !

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  38. 91
    Time 2 CTRL, ALT & DEL says:

    Gordon Brown thinks he is an Internationale monetary Genius and so do all the twats that voted for him.

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  39. 95
    Manchester Man says:

    63.5% of stats are made up. The rest are quite happy

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  40. 98
    Mange Tout says:

    The Milibands both look like a badly drawn Richard and Mark cartoon

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  41. 100
    Alexandr Orlov says:

    You might wonder what exactly he has been doing since September…

    Fuck all….Simples!!

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  42. 102
    Ivan Agenda says:

    Loony left Toady Programme this morning could not find any private school to comment on the teacher’s strike. They managed to find a northern state school head teacher who was working today “on his normal duties”, and certainly not doing any work that the striking teachers should do – like teach?
    So 1960’s Work to Rule is again with us.
    At least professionals are realising that speaking to the loony left BBC and having their words censored and scorned by follow up “interviews”, is not in their interest as they are only providing cannon fodder to “bbc balance”.
    Starving the BBC of oxygen (reasonable debate) will make them openly desperate, and hopefully provide even more exposure to their traitorous agenda.

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    • 117
      Sir William Waad says:

      Surely the Toady staff could have phoned up their old headmasters if they wanted to contact an indepedent school?

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  43. 107
    Anonymous says:

    Maude got schooled by Evan Davis on the Today programme this morning.

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  44. 109
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    My Hunt hurts.

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  45. 116
    Sir William Waad says:

    Ed Miliband goes to a retirement home. He picks a photogenic old lady and starts talking to her.

    “Do you know who I am?” he asks, in a gentle nasal whine.

    “No, dear” says the old lady, “but if you ask matron, she’ll tell you.”

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  46. 120
    Confused voter says:

    Yeah, that’s definitely Dave-Ed

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  47. 125
    Chris The Leatherman says:

    Even more funny is that 1 in 20 thought that Ed was that lying cheat Phil Woolas who so effective as responsible immigration minister under Gordon Brown. Can anyone provide a link to little Phil’s press conference with Joanna Lumley ? It cracked me up.

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